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boIortNUMBER 118


florida
high school
graduates


1974


APRII 1Q7-F


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Tallahassee, Florida
RALPH D. TURLINGTON, COMMISSIONER


511, 759

































FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

RALPH D. TURLINGTON, COMMISSIONER


Research Report 118 is an update of Research Report 109. This report was
designed and prepared by the Bureau of Planning, Division of Public
Schools, Department of Education. Inquiries regarding this report should
be addressed to: Garnet L. Dukes, Jr., Educational Consultant, Bureau of
Planning, 409 Knott Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32304. (1100)


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $309.57 or $.28
per copy to assist school districts in developing base line data for need
identification and planning.
















FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1974


The purpose of this report is to summarize information on the number of
Florida public and nonpublic high school graduates who entered colleges or
other schools in the spring of 1974, and the types of institutions entered
in each case. It represents an updating of Research Report #109 dated
April, 1974.

Data on public high school graduates used in the report were obtained
from state accreditation reports completed by each high school principal in
the state. Data for nonpublic high school graduates were obtained by means
of a special survey of private schools conducted by the Bureau of Research.
Since some high schools do not have a formal follow-up program for graduates,
it was necessary for the principal or guidance counselor to prepare estimates
for some of the items included in the report. All data are reported as of
December, 1974. Corrections have not been made for graduates who entered
college after this date.

Comparisons of statewide data for graduates of 1973 and 1974 are made
in some cases and, in two tables, comparisons are made for graduates of 1971,
1972, 1973, and 1974. The data for 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1974 are comparable.
The cooperation of school personnel in furnishing information included in this
report is gratefully acknowledged.

The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1974
was 277 as compared to 276 reporting in 1973. The number of graduates in
1974 was 84,098 as compared to 81,773 graduates in 1973, an increase of
2,325 graduates, or 2.84 percent.

Of the 277 public high schools ( including university and state special
schools ) with graduating classes in 1974, thirteen schools, 4.69 percent,
had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 231 pupils or .27 percent
of the total state graduates, were graduated from these small schools. More
than four out of five graduates in 1974, 88.02 percent or 74,023 graduates,
came from schools with more than 200 pupils in the graduating class. Although
there were only 64 schools which had more than 500 graduating seniors in
1974, they accounted for nearly onerhalf, 48.09 percent, of the state's
public high school graduates. The size of graduating classes ranged from a
low of 11 to a high of 1,512 pupils.







A comparison of the number of graduates of 1973 and 1974 shows:


1973


Public High Schools Reporting
Total number of graduates reported
Entered Public Junior Colleges
Entered Private Junior Colleges
Entered Public Universities
in Florida
Entered Private Universities
or Colleges in Florida
Entered Out-of--State Colleges
Entered Technical, Trade or
other Types of Schools
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately


Number
276
81,773
21,402
403

7,980

2,004
5,682

2,942


1974


Percent


26.17
0.49

9.76

2.45
6.95

3.60


Number
277
84,098
21,731
390


Percent


25.84
0.46


Percent
Change
1973
to 1974

2.84
1.53
- 3.22


9,301 11.06 16.55


2,156
6,069

3,136


2.56
7.22

3.73


41,360 50.58 41,315 49.12


7.58
6.81

6.59

.10


Of the 3,136 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,
2,665 entered schools in Florida and 471 entered out-of-state schools. A total
of 47.14 percent of the graduates of 1974 entered college before December, 1974
and an additional 3.73 percent entered other types of formal training. A
comparison of the 39,647 graduates of 1974 who entered college in 1974-75 shows:


percent
percent
percent
percent
percent


entered
entered
entered
entered
entered


Public Junior Colleges
Private Junior Colleges
Public Universities in Florida
Private Colleges and Universities
Out-of-State Universities


For the first time in five years, the percent of graduating seniors who entered
some type of post-secondary institution by the end of the calendar year of their
graduation went over 50 percent. The table below shows comparative post-
secondary institution entrance data since 1962.


% Who El
Year Secondai
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
* No report published in 1963.


itered Post
Xy Instituion
50.87
49.42
52.92
57.70
59.75
61.47
61.12
59.61
59.44
56.91
54.97


Rate of
Change in %
2.93
-6.61
-8.28
-3.43
-2.80
.57
2.53
.29
4.45
3.53


50.71


54.81
.98
23.46
5.44
15.31


--


1974


1973







Changes in draft laws, increasing costs for attending colleges and univer-
sities, and changes in the general economy have been shown to affect the total
number of high school graduates immediately continuing their education. A
comparison of community colleges, and four-year colleges and universities does
not reflect any consistent and clear trend, however. As is shown in the table
below, the growth in student body of community colleges out-paced that of the
universities from 1962 through 1967 but this was in large part due to the expan-
sion of the system near large population centers. The irregular pattern there-
after was affected by the establishment of universities in the same demographic
regions. Over the eleven-year period, the relative percentages of students
entering community colleges and four-year colleges has reversed ( 1962-67 ).
From 1962 to 1973 the percentage of graduating students entering community "-
colleges has increased from 37.79 to 58.19 while that of the universities has
decreased from 62.21 to 41.81. In 1974, universities experienced an increase
in the percent of graduates they received.


Total
Who Entered


Year
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1962
* No report


College
39,647
37,471
38,658
39,920
39,284
38,839
36,615
34,642
34,227
31,965
20,014
19,892
published


%
55.79
58.19
58.90
59.09
56.75
56.99
58.82
59.94
58.38
52.52
48.42
37.79
in 1963.


Community Colleges


Total
22,121
21,805
22,772
23,589
22,296
22,134
21,537
20,776
19,981
16,788
13,081
7,518
All figures


Gain/Loss


316
-967
-817
1,293
162
597
761
795
3,193
3,707
5,563*
-


marked with an


Four-Year Colleges
and Universities
% Total Gain/Loss
44.20 17,526 1,860
41.81 15,666 -220
41.10 15,886 -445
40.91 16,331 -657
43.25 16,988 284
43.02 16,704 1,626
41.18 15,078 1,202
40.06 13,876 -370
41.62 14,246 -920
47.48 15,172 1,239
51.58 13,933 1,559*
62.21 12,374
asterisk (*) reflect two


year changes.


University Laboratory Schools


The following table shows the number of graduates from University Laboratory
Schools attending post-secondary institution by type of institution. These data
are not included in subsequent tables. No data is given for Henderson School,
Florida Atlantic University, since this school does not have a twelfth grade.


Florida


Fla. Univ.


Out-of-


Technical


County Jr. Col. and Col. State anda raae
and Gradu- Pub- Pri- Pub- Pri- Col- In Out-of-
School ates lic vate lic vate leges Fla. State
Alachua
P. K. Yonge (UF) 81 28 2 15 10 15 2 0
Leon
Florida A & M 49 2 0 37 1 3 0 0
Florida High (FSU) 89 32 0 40 0 9 4 0
St. Johns
School for the Deaf
and Blind 57 1 0 0 1 7 0 2
TOTAL 276 63 2 92 12 34 6. 2









Of the total graduates from the University Lab schools, 22.83 percent
enrolled in a Florida public junior college; .72 percent enrolled in a Florida
private junior college; 33.33 percent enrolled in a Florida public university;
4.35 percent enrolled in a Florida private university; 12.32 percent enrolled
in out-of-state universities; 2.17 percent entered a Florida trade or techni-
cal school; .72 percent entered out-of-state trade or technical schools, and
23.55 percent did not continue their education in the fall of 1974.





Explanation of Tables


Table 1 provides a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public
High Schools by size of graduating class for 1971, 1972, 1973 and
1974. ( Does not include university or state special schools. )


Table 2 provides a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public
High School graduates by size of graduating class for 1971, 1972,
1973 and 1974. ( Does not include university or state special
schools. )


Table 3 provides a district-by-district breakdown of the number of graduates
continuing their education and type of institution entered.


Table 4 provides a comparative district-by-district breakdown of the percent
of 1973 and 1974 graduates who entered college, entered other types
of schools, and who did not continue formal training.


Table 5 provides a school-by-school breakdown of public school graduates
who continued their formal education after graduation from high
school.


Table 6 provides the same breakdown for non-public school graduates that
Table 5 gives for public school graduates.













TABLE 1

NUMBER AND PERCENT OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
GROUPED BY THE SIZE OF THEIR GRADUATING CLASS


1971 1972 1973 1974
Size of Percent Percent Percent Percent
Graduating Number of of Total Number of of Total Number of of Total Number of of Total
Class Schools Schools Schools Schools Schools Schools Schools Schools

1-25 17 6.59% 14 5.432 12 4.43% 13 4.69%
26-50 25 9.69 23 8.92 19 7.01 23 8.30
51-75 19 7.37 20 7.75 20 7.38 19 6.86
76-100 24 9.30 16 6.20 21 7.75 17 6.14
101-200 40 15.50 41 15.89 46 16.97 45 16.25
201-300 30 11.63 35 13.57 33 12.18 32 11.55
301-400 21 8.14 24 9.30 30 11.07 30 10.83
401-500 21 8.14 20 7.75 26 9.59 34 12.17
Over 500 61 23.64 65 25.19 64 23.62 64 23.10

Total 258 100.00% 258 100.00% 271 100.00% 277 99.99%











TABLE 2

NUMBER AND PERCENT OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATES GROUPED BY THE SIZE OF THEIR GRADUATING CLASS




1971 1972 1973 1974
Size of Percent Percent Percent Percent
Graduating Number of of Total Number of of Total Number of of Total Number of of Total
Class Graduates Graduates Graduates Graduates Graduates Graduates Graduates Graduates

1-25 247 0.33% 212 0.27% 224 0.28% 231 0.27%
26-50 1,002 1.33 919 1.17 674 0.83 938 1.12
51-75 1,108 1.47 1,291 1.65 1,315 1.62 1,245 1.48
76-100 2,046 2.71 1,353 1.73 1,541 1.89 1,453 1.73
101-200 5,609 7.44 5,531 7.06 6,829 8.38 6,208 7.38
201-300 7,452 9.88 8,854 11.31 7,987 9.80 7,936 9.44
301-400 7,582 10.05 8,774 11.21 11,246 13.80 10,413 12.38
401-500 9,313 12.35 8,794 11.23 11,808 14.49 15,235 18.12
Over 500 41,056 54.44 42.568 54.37 39.847 48.91 40,439 48.09

Total 75,415 100.00% 78,296 100.002 81,471 100.00% 84,098 100.01%








TABLE 3

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY DISTRICT AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Number of
Graduates


Junior College
P i t~c


District Spring, 1974 Pu
e


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washineton


18
22



3
15
3
83


Senior College
or University
Public/ P.rivte


185
3
46
11
581
884
5
46
20
37
55
41
1,689
20
1
503
116
7
5
82


6

8
2
85
230


3
17
35

539
1


lie Private


TOTAL 83,822 21,668 388 9,209 2,144 6,035 2,659 469


* University Laboratory Schools not included.


1,258Z
182
1,061
235
3.936
7,342
106
323
334
507
589
414
13,812
122
90
6,215,
2,547
69
110
490
67
49
158
111
156
166
226
423
5,643
198
505
413
117
39
929
.,398
1,171
222
49
195
1,076
1,102
426
491
348
1,670
145
4,418
352
3,890
804
5,948
3,175
534
347
447
635
1,419
1,338
216
253
208
79
2,090
104
170


248
30
365
34
1.407
1,488
26
66
50
120
104
72
4,984
12
15
1,390
820
16
7
38
18
2
42
6
29
13
35
81
809
72
154
165
15
9
252
325
264
37
10
65
289
327
109
101
50
528
23
979
28
1,066
120
1,651
583
181
62
97
281
313
280
41
49
59
22
619
12
61
19


Out-of-
State
College
67
6
65
8
339
705
7
22
10
20
61
17
1,060
6
3
425
184
3
18
28
1
3
11
5
7
19
12
21
247
6
43
13

1
68
91
77
4
1
5
42
48
25
35
17
186
8
336
22
423
27
474
216
11
21
22
68
139
75
10
8
9
5
99

12
8


r,


n *,


^ ^^^ ^


~


"* L


nl nb ~


----


r


^ '


r


---


160 42


Technical, Trade
and Other
Out-of-
In Florida State
6 3
3
10 12
1 -
53 20
157 38
2
27
6
37 4
12 6
53 2
505 38
1
2
128 34
69

2
21 4
1

3
1
7


9 2
14 4
37
1
33 10
I- II- r


- 52 26
- 7 1
38 -
- 15
- 79 25


S' 1 .


I


1


'


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TABLE 4

PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES ENTERING POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS BY DISTRICT, 1973, 1974*


Comparison of Percent of 1973 & 1974 Graduates Who:


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Number of
Graduates


Entered Technical


--~-


--


-----


1973
1,231
152
1,023
220
4.050
7,087
124
318
280
503
492
346
13,846
143
77
6,498
2,428
55
64
471
58
42
146
112
144
169
230
411
5,509
170
485
440
131
36
837
1,163
1,125
199
54
170
930
1,045
348
465
343
1,508
148
4,576
302
3,938
753
5,537
2,938
551
334
525
610
1,252
1,180
212
253
206
79
1,912
86
237
164


---


TOTAL 81,471 83,822 45.75% 47.06% 3.60% 3.73% 50.65% 49.21%


* University Laboratory Schools not included.


1974
1,258
182
1,061
235
3 936
7,342
106
323
334
507
589
414
13,812
122
90
6,215
2,547
69
110
490
67
49
158
111
156
166
226
423
5,643
198
505
413
117
39
929
1,398
1,171
222
49
195
1,076
1,102
426
491
348
1,670
145
4,418
352
3.890
804
5,948
3,175
534
347
447
635
1,419
1,338
216
253
208
79
2,090
104
170
160


1!
3
1:
45
3:
5:
5(
24
3:
3;
4]
5(
41
5;
3(
36
42
47
2(
4
2.
3;
35
34
1
20
44
29
41
34
32
48
45
29
22
39
46
48
31
35
42
42
47
51
35
25
42
31
49
40
51
38
47
41
32
24
47
40
52
46
30
27
35
40
47
24
32
43


Entered College
)73 1974
4.52% 40.22%
3.82 21.43
5.78 45.62
7.27 23.40
2.12 61.74
0.36 45.34
8.23 35.85
3.33 41.49
2.86 24.85
4.14 38.86
).00 45.84
1.91 32.13
2.35 60.49
).07 31.97
6.36 21.11
2.55 41.66
7.16 44.92
).00 37.68
6.88 27.27
5.05 31.02
7.93 35.82
5.71 14.29
4.25 35.44
8.75 17.12
).83 30.13
4.38 27.11
9.57 36.73
1.61 37.59
4.53 34.17
!.35 41.41
8.45 54.46
i.68 45.04
1.77 45.30
!.22 28.21
.78 45.64
.35 38.34
8.18 50.13
.66 25.68
.19 26.53
'.94 42.56
.90 36.71
.37 44.10
.72 43.43
.91 40.33
.95 32.18
.77 58.02
..08 24.83
9.52 49.46
1.07 27.56
.47 52.42
8.25 37.06
.99 49.41
.97 35.59
.67 41.95
.85 39.48
.24 32.89
3.49 61.42
.08 51.66
.69 46.49
.19 28.24
'.67 26.88
5.92 46.15
1.51 37.97
.54 46.84
.42 18.27
.49 51.76
.90 33.75


Trade &
1973
1.06%
-
2.05
1.36
2.84
3.09
3.23
2.52
2.50
2.19
2.64
14.16
3.99
-
2.60
2.00
4.61
20.00
3.13
6.16
5.17
9.52
10.96
1.79
0.69
5.33
6.52
3.65
5.79
4.12
3.30
3.18
3.82
2.78
2.99
2.41
3.11
1.51
1.85
5.88
3.98
1.15
8.62
3.87
0.87
2.32
2.70
1.77
4.64
1.70
8.10
4.64
3.68
3.63
7.19
5.71
9.51
6.31
4.83
4.72
0.79
0.79
1.27
3.92
11.63
1.69
-


Other
1974
0.72%
1.65
2.07
0.43
1.85
2.66
1.89
8.36
1.80
8.09
3.06
13.29
3.93
0.82
2.22
2.61
2.71
-
1.82
5.10
1.49
-
1.90
0.90
4.49
7.83
3.98
8.27
4.80
3.54
2.18
4.36
31.62
2.56
4.63
4.22
5.38
3.15
8.16
2.56
7.71
1.36
5.40
10.18
7.18
2.40
1.38
2.13
3.98
2.88
7.59
4.35
4.16
6.37
4.61
1.34
15.12
5.50
4.71
2.78
0.79
5.77
1.27
2.20
-
1.18
1.88


~


~


~


~


Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
1973 1974
64.42% 59.06%
86.18 76.92
52.17 52.31
61.37 76.17
45.04 36.41
46.55 52.00
68.54 62.26
64.15 50.15
64.64 73.35
53.65 53.06
47.36 51.10
43.94 54.59
43.66 35.58
69.97 67.21
61.04 76.67
55.45 55.74
48.23 52.38
60.00 62.32
49.99 70.91
68.79 63.88
56.90 62.69
54.77 85.71
54.79 62.66
79.46 81.98
78.48 65.38
50.29 65.06
65.46 59.29
54.74 54.14
59.68 61.03
63.53 55.05
48.25 43.37
51.14 5b.61
66.41 23.08
75.00 69.23
57.23 49.73
51.24 57.44
48.71 44.49
66.83 71.17
62.96 65.31
51.18 54.87
53.12 55.58
51.48 54.54
39.66 51.17
60.22 49.49
73.18 60.63
54.91 39.58
66.22 73.79
48.71 48.42
55.30 68.47
46.83 44.70
53.65 55.35
47.37 46.23
54.36 60.25
63.70 51.69
67.96 55.91
47.05 65.77
50.00 23.46
41.61 42.85
48.48 48.80
65.09 68.98
71.54 72.33
63.59 48.08
58.23 60.76
48.54 50.96
63.95 81.73
65.82 47.06
56.10 64.38


~


~


~


~


_I







TABLE 5

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Alachua 1,258 248 185 6 67 6 3
Gainesville High 0151 441 92 70 19 2
Hawthorne High 0201 63 11 1
Newberry High 0261 86 13 2 -
Santa Fe High 0271 138 18 7 2 -
Agri-Business Center 0411 15 4 1 2 -
Eastside High 0421 186 30 17 4 5 2 -
Buchholz High 0431 329 80 83 2 41 2 -

Baker 182 30 3 6 3 -
Baker County Sr. High 0012 182 30 3 6 3 -

Bay 1,061 365 46 8 65 10 12
Bay County High 0061 592 232 30 6 39 10 11
Rutherford High 0341 469 133 16 2 26 1

Bradford 235 34 11 2 8 1 -
Bradford High 0021 235 34 11 2 8 1 -

Brevard 3,936 1,407 18 581 85 339 53 20
Titusville High 0011 425 94 2 89 9 38 13 2
Titusville Astronaut High 0161 357 75 1 39 4 25 3 -
Rockledge High 1011 241 70 18 3 22 2
Cocoa High 1121 311 192 1 30 2 25 1
Melbourne High 2011 574 157 53 11 32 11 7
Eau Gallie High 3011 554 286 5 73 19 16 11 3
Merritt Island 4011 568 238 8 69 10 63 3 4
Cocoa Beach 5011 309 106 62 7 46 4 3
Satellite 6011 597 189 1 148 20 72 6

Broward 7,342 1,488 22 884 230 705 157 38
South Broward 0171 426 84 2 49 15 50 3
Pompano Beach 0181 450 59 1 31 5 20 2 1
Stranahan High 0211 533 128 46 13 51 10 6
McArthur High 0241 403 52 27 10 15 17 2
Dillard High 0371 165 44 14 7 29 10
Ft. Lauderdale High 0951 490 103 113 16 83 1 -
Northeast High 1241 635 157 9 67 19 68 15 1
Nova High 1281 439 87 1 135 30 82 37
Plantation High 1451 330 40 31 7 40 1 1
Hollywood Hills 1661 534 130 105 19 63 1 1
Coconut Creek High 1681 480 100 50 24 40 27 15
Deerfield Beach 1711 429 105 1 38 10 65 1 -
Boyd Anderson High 1741 294 31 8 3 8 3 2
Miramar High 1751 501 138 36 9 24 8 -
Piper High 1901 379 100 8 31 9 17 5 1
Cooper City High 1931 399 42 11 1 4 2
South Plantation High 2351 455 88 92 33 46 14 8

Calhoun 106 26 5 7 2
Blountstown High 0021 82 17 5 7 1
Altha Public High 0101 24 9 1

Charlotte 323 66 46 22 27
Charlotte High 0031 323 66 46 22 27

Citrus 334 50 20 3 10 6
Citrus High 0031 155 22 9 1 4 3
Crystal River High 0121 179 28 11 2 6 3

Clay 507 120 3 37 17 20 37 4
Orange Park High 0252 315 61 2 27 3 8 32 2
Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. 0302 59 17 5 6 1 2
Clay High 0341 133 42 1 5 14 6 4 -

Collier 589 104 15 55 35 61 12 6
Everglades 0051 22 6 3 1 -
Naples High 0151 481 90 15 50 35 60 10 5
Immokalee High 0271 86 8 2 1 1 1

Columbia 414 72 3 41 17 53 2
Columbia High 0061 414 72 3 41 17 53 2


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TABLE 5 ( Contd. )


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Dade 13,812 4,984 83 1,689 539 1,060 505 38
Coral Gables High 7071 697 250 8 170 42 147 16 -
Hialeah High 7111 675 211 10 51 25' 12 21 5
Hialeah Miami Lakes High 7131 630 250 2 90 30 55 10 -
Miami Beach High 7201 686 233 3 267 48 56 8
Miami Carol City High 7231 715 241 1 35 .18 39 27 4
Miami Central 7251 372 200 50 50 25 25
Miami Coral Park 7271 557 264 30 5 31 2 -
Miami Edison 7301 363 61 2 35 21 24 1 2
Miami Jackson 7341 518 131 4 7 126 107 10
Miami Killian 7361 958 336 43 108 44 46 30 3
Miami Norland 7381 557 217 55 24 38 4
Miami Northwestern 7411 371 98 21 15 24 22
Miami Palmetto 7431 1,512 350 150 75 125 15
Miami Sr. High 7461 1,149 595 6 43 14 41 49
Miami Springs 7511 670 150 47 14 24 7 -
North Miami Beach Sr. High 7541 706 160 296 17 95 2
North Miami 7591 607 300 2 75 6 45 14
South Dade 7701 545 205 2 55 16 17 25 1
South Miami 7721 709 300 1 50 32 70 7 4
Southwest Miami 7741 788 431 3 57 36 20 117 5
Douglas McArthur 7831 27 1 -

De Soto 122 12 20 1 6 1 -
DeSoto County High 0021 122 12 20 1 6 1 -

Dixie 90 15 3 2 -
Dixie County High 0021 90 15 1 3 2 -

Duval 6,215 1,390 39 503 232 425 128 34
Robert E. Lee 0331 456 115 39 16 59 14 1
Andrew Jackson 0351 398 39 7 4 2 5 6
Baldwin 0381 67 5 2 1 2 1 -
Tech. Sr. High 0671 89 1 3 -
Paxon Sr. High 0751 373 55 9 11 19 1 2
Terry Parker 0861 626 151 6 65 22 53 2
Englewood 0901 445 103 20 6 24 1 1
Ribault Sr. High 0961 420 129 18 32 11 13 3 -
Stanton Sr. High 1531 250 10 1 4 6 1 11 -
William Raines 1651 421 102 2 89 27 13 6 -
Fletcher High 2231 508 112 10 37 21 42 37 8
Wolfson Sr. High 2241 560 170 112 40 120 9 7
Sandalwood 2371 551 138 41 2&" 34 20 3
N. B. Forrest 2411 481 117 25 10 18 15 4
Edward H. White 2481 570 143 2 21 26 25 5 -

Escambia 2,547 820 2 116 22 184 69
Century Sr. 0171 71 9 1 7 -
Escambia High 0281 617 171 13 1 27 4 -
Pensacola High 0411 401 118 2 19 6 18 3 -
J. M. Tate 0521 450 135 12 3 22 9 -
Ernest Ward 0541 48 6 2 6 -
Beggs Educational Center 0801 116 2 -- 10 -
Washington Sr. 0811 331 69 45 7 73 1 -
W. J. Woodham 0851 513 310 26 3 31 42 -

Flagler 69 16 7 3 -
Flagler/Palm Coast High 0091 69 16 7 3 -

Franklin 110 7 5 18 2 -
Apalachicola 0041 65 5 5 2 2 -
Carrabelle 0091 45 2 16 -

Gadsden 490 38 82 4 28 21 4
Chattahoochee 0021 61 22 6 1 5 -
Greensboro 0051 47 3 2 2 4
Havana High 0081 126 2 18 2 2 6 -
James A. Shanks 0211 256 11 56 1 19 15

Gilchrist 67 18 4 1 1 1
Trenton High 0021 43 13 4 -- 11
Bell High 0031 24 5 1 -







TABLE 5 ( Contd. )

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State


2
2


Glades
Moore Haven JR./SR.

Gulf
Port St. Joe
Wewahitchka


Hamilton
Hamilton High Complex

Hardee
Hardee High School

Hendry
LaBelle High
Clewiston

Hernando
Hernando High School

Highlands
Lake Placid JR./SR. High
Sebring
Avon Park

Hillsborough
Braidon High
Chamberlain
East Bay
Hillsborough High
King High
Leto Comprehensive High
Plant High
Plant City High
Robinson High
Jefferson High
Tampa Bay Vo-Tech.

Holmes
Holmes County High
Poplar Springs
Bethlehem High
Ponce de Leon

Indian River
Vero Beach


6
6

29
29


35
35


8 -
8

9 2
9 2


28 8 12
28 8 12


5 1
5 1 -

7 7 -
7 7 -


7 2
7 2


423
105
193
125

5,643
620
571
248
718
511
569
628
469
526
376
407

198
90
22
41
45


0031


505 154
505 154


52 26 43 9 2
52 26 43 9 2


1 13
1 6
1
I


- 6


Jackson
Marianna High
Malone High
Sneads High
Grand Ridge
Cottondale High
Graceville High

Jefferson
Jefferson County

Lafayette
Lafayette High

Lake
Clermont
Eustis High
Groveland High
Leesburg
Mt. Dora High
Tavares High
Umatilla High


15
15

9
9


38
38


-37
-37

1 1
1 1 -






TABLE 5 ( Contd. >

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State


Lee
Fort Myers
North Fort Myers
Cypress Lake
Riverdale

Leon
Leon High School
Rickards High School
Godby High School
Vocational Rehab. Job
Training Center

Levy
Bronson High
Cedar Key
Chiefland High
Williston High

Liberty
Liberty County High

Madison
Madison High
Greenville High

Manatee
Manatee High
Palmetto High
Southeast High

Marion
Dunnellon
Lake Weir
N. Marion High
Forest High
Vanguard High

Martin
Martin County High

Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West High
Marathon High

Nassau
Fernandina Beach
W. Nassau County

Okaloosa
Baker High
Laurel High
Niceville
Choctawhatchee
Crestview
Fort Walton Beach

Okeechobee
Okeechobee High

Orange
Boone High
Edgewater
Apopka Memorial High
Ocoee JR./SR. High
Lakeview High
Colonial High
Evans High
Oak Ridge
Winter Park
Jones High
Magnolia Special Ed.
Wymore Tech.


1,398
318
278
532
270

1,171
517
323
318


0101


0111
0121
0281
0341
0351
0661
0671
0691
1411
5711
5782
5801


222 37
39 7
11 3
86 15
86 12

49 10
49 10

195 65
122 52
73 13

1,076 289
635 225
160 35
281 29

1,102 327
71 18
143 48
189 42
370 137
329 82

426 109
426 109

491 101
98 17
321 75
72 9

348 50
196 29
152 21

1,670 528
79 12
25 4
375 140
543 177
204 60
444 135

145 23
145 23

4,418 979
496 143
481 45
215 62
105 29
153 46
657 137
613 173
567 176
847 101
217 61
16
51 6


11 81
2 25
-22
9 20
-14

7 228
7 101
-67
-60


1 4
1 4


38 13 25 18
38 13 25 18


13 233
3

9
- 140
1 18
12 63







TABLE 5 ( Contd. )

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Juni College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State


Osceola
Osceola High
St. Cloud

Palm Beach
Jupiter
Suncoast
Twin Lakes
Forest Hill
Lake Worth
Atlantic
Boca Raton
Pahokee
Glades Central
John I. Leonard
Palm Beach Gardens
North Shore

Pasco
Pasco Comp.
Zephyrhills
Gulf High
Hudson Senior High

Pinellas
Boca Ciega
Clearwater Except.
Child Ed. Center
Clearwater
Dixie Hollins
Dunedin
Gibbs
Lakewood
Largo
Nina Harris
Northeast
St. Petersburg
Seminole
Tarpon Springs

Polk
Lakeland
Haines City
Winter Haven
Fort Meade
Auburndale
Bartow
Mulberry
Kathleen
Frostproof
Lake Wales

Putnam
Palatka South
Interlachen
Palatka Central
Crescent City

St. Johns
St. Augustine
Hastings

St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce


352
233
119

3,890
220
248
347
405
503
304
494
93
210
442
426
198

804
281
106
277
140

5,948
576

299
789
574
484
241
388
644
31
677
394
645
206

3,175
622
272
582
83
329
283
137
526
56
285

534
217
100
145
72

347
306
41

447
447


7 22
7 12
10


1,066
58
42
125
109
132
82
125
18
18
127
180
50

120
38
10
47
25

1,651
166

3
200
135
200
70
61
180
6
169
126
242
93

583
105
52
155
5
48
52
11
55
13
87


27 657 130 474 252 7
- 133 22 66 53 3


7 234
3 49
S21
1 30
S5
11
1 32
S18
S40
1 1
1 27


3 29
3 23
6


97
97


24 4 22 5 1
24 4 22 5 1






TABLE 5 ( Contd. )

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of
School Number 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State


Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Gulf Breeze
Jay
Milton
Munson

Sarasota
Sarasota
Riverview
Venice
Sarasota Co. St. Ct.

Seminole
Seminole High
Oviedo
Lyman

Sumter
South Sumter
Wildwood

Suwannee
Suwannee High
Branford

Taylor
Taylor County

Union
Union County

Volusia
Deland
Mainland
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
DeWitt Taylor

Wakulla
Wakulla County

Walton
Paxton High
Freeport
Walton

Washington
Chipley
Vernon


0021
0061
0103
0141
0151
0161


0051
0181
0221
0292


635
20
13
162
72
355
13

1,419
489
564
298
68

1,338
449
206
683

216
113
103

253
221
32


59
59

22
22


2,090
508
664
258
611
49

104
104

170
28
32
110

160
103
57


1 68
S2
- 1
1 16
S17
S31
S1


7 225
-65
-23
7 137


28
28

2 1
2 1


9 10 2
9 10 2

5 1
5 1


2 158
1 61
-42
-11
1 41
3


12
12


5 2
5 2 -


8 2 1
8 2 1


* Does Not Include University Laboratory Schools










NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS


Nonpublic schools include both parochial and private schools. Usable
information was received from 126 of the schools eligible for inclusion in
this report. The high degree of voluntary cooperation by the nonpublic
schools is appreciated. A total of 5,846 graduates in 1974 is shown for
these schools. Of the 126 schools surveyed, 69 ( 54.76 percent ) had 25 or
fewer graduates; however, only 13.48 percent of the nonpublic school
graduates came from these schools. Small graduating classes are common
with nonpublic schools since some nonpublic schools intentionally keep
classes small as a matter of policy. A breakdown by size of graduating
class follows:


Number of
Graduates
Inclusive
1-25
26-50
51-75
76-100
101-200
Over 200


Number of
Schools
In Group
69
22
8
11
11
5


Percent of
Schools
In Group
54.76
17.46
6.35
8.73
8.73
3.97


Number of
Graduates
In Group
788
847
502
976
1,511
1.222


Percent of
Graduates
In Group
13.48
14.49
8.59
16.70
25.85
20.90


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1973 and 1974 shows:


Nonpublic High Schools Reporting
Total Number of Graduates Reported
Entered Public Junior Colleges
Entered Private Junior Colleges
Entered Public Universities in
Florida
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida
Entered Out-of-State Colleges
Entered Technical, Trade, or
Other Types of Schools
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately


1973
Number Percent
107 -
5,904
1,710 28.96
124 2.10

1,028 17.41


454
1,427

162


1974
Number Percent
126 -
5,846 -
1,815 31.05
61 1.04


Percent
Change
1973
to 1974

- 0.98
+ 6.14
-50.81


947 16.20 7.88


7.69 491
24.17 1,416


2.75


999 16.92


8.40 + 8.15
24.22 0.77


161 2.75 0.01

955 16.34 4.40


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More than four-fifths ( 80.91 percent ) of the nonpublic school
graduates entered college and an additional 2.75 percent continued other
types of formal training. The proportion of nonpublic school graduates
entering out-of-state colleges ( 24.22 percent ) was considerably greater
than the proportion of public school graduates ( 7.27 percent ) going to
college outside Florida. The proportion of nonpublic school graduates
entering technical, trade, or other types of schools ( 2.75 percent ) is
less than the public school graduates ( 3.83 percent ) that entered a
technical or trade school.

Of the 5,846 nonpublic school graudates reported for 1974, 4,730 or
80.91 percent, entered college during 1974. Of these 4,730 graduates
who entered college:


38.37 percent
1.29 percent
20.02 percent

10.38 percent

29.94 percent


entered public junior colleges
entered private junior colleges
entered public universities in
Florida
entered private colleges in
Florida
entered out-of-state universities


Consistent with the increase in the percentage of public high school
graduates entering post-secondary education, was the increase in percentage
of nonpublic secondary school graduates. A comparison of the following
table for the years 1962 through 1974, inclusive, with that for public
high school graduates shows that the trend of private school graduating
seniors continuing their education is not as clearly defined as that for
public school students. Like the public schools, the trend was that of
increasing rates of students continuing their education in the late sixties,
and decreasing rates in the seventies. The trend of private school
graduates, however, was not as uniform as that of the public school graduates,
with the most marked difference occurring in 1966, 1969, and 1970.


Percent Who Entered
Post-Secondary Institution
83.66
83.08
84.54
86.27
87.72
87.18
88.46
84.65
82.90
83.65
82.47
77.85


report published in 1963


Rate of
Change in Percent
0.70
-1.73
-2.01
-1.65
0.62
*1.45
4.50
2.11
-0.90
1.43
*


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Year
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1962
* No


3






Nonpublic Schools

The table below should be compared to that for the public high school
graduates. Four-year colleges and universities have traditionally been
more popular than community colleges in this group, but the twelve-year
trend is similar to that for public school graduates. Most noticable was
the growth of community college enrollment from 1962 through 1967 at the
expense of four-year colleges and universities. However, the percentage
of enrollment in community colleges in 1974 for this group is similar to
that for public school graduates in 1962. The same comparison between the
two groups of graduates can be made for four-year college and university
enrollment percentages.


Total Four-Year Colleges
Who Entered Community Colleges ana Universities
Year College % Total Gain/Loss % Total Gain/Loss
1974 4,730 39.66 1,876 42 60.34 2,854 -55
1973 4,743 38.67 1,834 95 61.33 2,909 137
1972 4,511 38.54 1,739 180 61.56 2,772 153
1971 4,178 37.32 1,559 -113 62.68 2,619 193
1970 4,098 40.80 1,672 222 59.20 2,426 83
1969 3,793 38.22 1,450 16 61.74 2,343 192
1968 3,585 40.00 1,434 170 60.00 2,151 381
1967 3,034 41.67 1,264 40 58.33 1,770 -68
1966 3,062 39.98 1,224 34 60.02 1,838 51
1965 2,977 39.97 1,190 420 60.03 1,787 146
1964 2,411 31.94 770 320* 68.06 1,641 280*
1962 1,811 24.85 450 75.15 1,361 -
* No-report published in 1963. All figures denoted by an asterisk (*) represent


two year changes.


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TABLE 6

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES SB SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SBCONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School 1974 public FTrrate PtUbDL c Private College Florida State


Alachua
Oak Hall Private School
Rolling Green Academy

Brevard
Central Catholic High School
Florida Air Academy
Florida Christian Academy
Holley Haynes Academy (NR)

Broward
Broward Christian
Broward Preparatory
Cardinal Gibbons High School
Chaminade High School
Ft.Lauderdale Christian
Madonna Academy
The Mills School
Omni School
Palm Cove Beach School, Inc.
Palm Manor Private (NR)
Pine Crest School
St. Thomas Aquinas High School (NR)
West Hollywood Private Academy
Westford Academy

Clay
St. Johns Country Day School

Collier
Immokalee Day School, Inc.

Columbia
Lake City Academy

Dade
The Abbott School (NR)
Academy of the Assumption
Adelphi School
Aerospace Academy (NR)
Archbishop Curley High School
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School
Brentwood Prep. School, Inc.
Carrollton School for Girls
Central Bible Church School
(Individualized Learning School)
Christopher Columbus High School
Dade Christian Schools
Dadeland Country Day School (NR)
Deerborne Private School
Drexel School
E.S.A.A. Project Street Academy
Everglades School for Girls
Florida Christian School
Gables Academy
Greater Miami Academy
Gulliver Preparatory School (NR)
Hebrew Academy
Horizon School
Immaculata-LaSalle High School
Individualized Learning School
(see Central Bible Church)
The Lear School
The Learning Place High School
Loyola School
Mesivta High School of Greater Miami

* No breakdown given


3
10 2


36 3
6 3


16 -


2 -

2
2 2


4- -


1 -


6



45
50 *

93
45
14
31
8

184
82

62
2
11
28
25
12
20

17
4
212


19
9
28
5


3 -


19


44
18
5
3
4

66
17

24
3 -
3

7 -
3
7
3


1
125


4
5
19
2


17


1 1



1

- 1
1

3 1

2

2
3 1
1 -


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TABLE 6 ( Contd. )

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Dade ( Contd.)
Miami Aerospace Academy (NR)
Miami Christian 29 8 1 6 -
Miami Shores Preparatory School 23 8 1 6 7 1 -
Msgr. Pace High School 200 100 20 6 8 3 -
New Community School, Inc. 8 6 -
Notre Dame Academy 124 83 4 16 12 1 -
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy 144 78 15 20 24 2 -
Palmer Preparatory School 20 4 2 7 2 1
Ransom School 50 5 7 38 -
Rico School 15 10 1 2 2 -
St. John Vianney Minor Seminary 7 1 2 2 1 1 -
School for Learning, Inc. 4 4 -
South Dade Christian Academy (NR)
South Florida Military Academy 2 2 -
Southwest Preparatory (NR)
Summit Academy 3 3 -
Westminister Christian School 77 16 1 6 7 40 2 1
Yale School 21 6 1 1 3 1 1

Duval
Bartram School 12 1 1 2 8 -
Bishop Kenny High School (NR)
The Bolles School 92 3 13 13 61 1 1
Jacksonville Episcopal H. S. 110 4 22 11 70 -
Maranatha Academy (NR)
St. Johns Country Day School 16 1 3 12 -
Trinity Christian Academy 57 22 4 2 2 15 -
University Baptist Church &
University Christian Schools 38 16 1 6 -

Escambia
The Arnold School 2 1
Pensacola Academy of Arts & Sciences 28 3 1 1 23 -
Pensacola Catholic High School 142 96 11 19 13
Pensacola Christian School 56 29 7 13 -
Pensacola Private School of
Liberal Arts 94 48 6 3 25 -

Gadsden
Robert F. Munroe High 26 16 6 1

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names High School 51 4 22 4 20 -
Adelphi Preparatory School 23 8 4 2 2 3
Berkeley Preparatory School 38 1 9 28 -
Jesuit High School 97 1 44 2 50 -
Tampa Catholic High School 296 92 1 86 22 3 -
Temple Heights Christian Schools,Inc. 40 10 4 10 5 1 -
Tryon School, Inc. 12 6 2 2 -

Indian River
Tabernacle Baptist School 9 2 -

Jefferson
Aucilla Christian Academy 21 15 2 -

Lake
Florida Central Academy (NR)
Groveland Academy 1 1 -
Howey Academy 43 8 1 4 6 13 4 -
Monteverde Academy 13 3 1 4 2 2

Lee
Bishop Verot High School 44 22 3 6 1 2

Leon
Alfred B. Maclay Jr., Day School 22 3 8 1 10 -
North Florida Christian School 58 21 10 10 1 -

Manatee
Nicholson School of Bradenton 17 10 -





TABLE 6 ( Contd. )

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1974


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School 1974 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 15 7 4 2 -
Marion Academy 17 6 -- -
St. John Luthern 15 8 1 3 -

Monroe
Mary Immaculate High School 42 10 10 1 6 1 -

Orange
Bishop Moore High School 235 41 89 9 22 1 -
Central Florida Christian School 3 -
Forest Lake Academy 108 10 4 35 -
Lake Highland Preparatory 44 5 6 9 22 2 -
Orlando Christian 10 4 2 -
Platts Academy (NR)
Trinity Preparatory 79 1 15 10 52 -

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman High School 226 56 65 30 30 5 8
Christian Day School 18 7 2 3 2 -
The Dibacco School, Inc. 95 25 5 2 1 3 1
King's Academy 14 2 1 6 1 1
The Palm Beach Academy 25 2 1 8 14 -
Palm Beach Country Day 18 14 1 3 -
Palm Beach Preparatory Schools, Inc. 3 1 1 -
Rosarian Academy 47 7 1 4 4 30 -
St. Andrews School of Boca Raton 92 8 18 20 46 -

Pinellas
Adirondak Southern School for Girls 8 3 1 3 -
Adm. Farragut Academy 37 8 6 2 18 2
Clearwater Central Catholic High Sch. 74 42 1 5 9 9 1
Gables Academy 1 1 -
St. Petersburg Catholic High School* 143 63 36 3 14 8 -
St. Petersburg Christian School 18 1 1 4 4 1 1

Polk
Barilovits Private 1 -
Evangel Christian School 6 ** 2 -
Lakeland Christian School 24 3 2 2 7 3 -
The Ridge School 10 6 2 1 1 -
Santa Fe High School 117 29 23 6 33 4 -

Putnam
Briarwood School 12 7 -- 4 -
Stonesoup School, Inc. 2 2 -

St. Johns
St. Joseph Academy 47 10 6 3 5 7

St. Lucie
Indian River Academy 16 9 1 1 -
John Carroll High School 74 38 1 12 3 2
Palm Vista Christian School 7 3 -

Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Christian 8 1 1 3 1

Sarasota
Out of Door School, Inc. + 1 -
The Prew School 19 5 4 6 1

Seminole
Sanford Naval Academy 36 6 1 7 4 12 1 -

Volusia
Green Valley (NR)
Father Lopez High School 70 34 -11 3 8 4 10

* Merger of Bishop Barry High School and Notre Dame Academy
** from American School Correspondence in Chicago "
+ Has discontinued grades 10, 11 and 12 as of September, 1974













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